This lodge is a dream, located in the most beautiful part of northern Tanzania. The Sasakwa lodge is located at the hill with a breathtaking view. You are facing a high end luxury stay, but no jet set style. Expensive, but value for money.
We stayed with our whole family (parents and 3 children, age 13, 15, 17 years) in a separate cottage 2 min walking from the main building. This cottage was very spacial and you miss nothing not even your own pool. Laundry is taking care within 3 hours - free of charge. You have an all inclusive room rate so nobody is asking for the room number before saying good morning and you do not even have to sign anything during your stay. Everything like Breakfast, lunches and dinner, wine and drinks at the bar is part of all inclusive. The wine they serve is at the upper mid range level and ok. If you need your Chateau Petrus it is available. The staff is a dream. You have your personal butler which knows all about you before your arrive, after the first contact and dinner he even knows your habits. Your personal ranger is extremely knowledgeable and shows you all the games. He even knows when the "lion and leopard kills" are going to take place and bring you there.
All in all the manager of the Sasakwa lodge manager couple Brad and Kate are excellent host. You feel as staying with good friends. Exstremly gentle, personalities who kept their natural human being behavior.
Our 8 days safari is over. After having our last safari tour on a ballon safari we are now heading towards Zanzibar where we are staying in The Residence. After that experience. They will have a tough time " to keep up with the Jones"
Björn and Veronika, Ferdinand, Nikolaus and Tatiana Böckenförde, Zürich, Switzerland
18.-20. April, 2014
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in the style of a stately Edwardian manor house, Singita Sasakwa Lodge is positioned on Sasakwa Hill with sweeping views over the plains of the Serengeti. The lodge's grand entrance leads to elegant rooms of generous proportions, wide wraparound verandas and rolling lawns. The traditional glamour of Venetian mirrors, cut-glass crystal, silver candelabras and antiques are combined with animal hides, local artefacts and tribal cushions. The lodge has nine cottages with one, two or three bedrooms, all with private infinity pools, and also a four-bedroom villa. From elegant afternoon teas on the veranda to wine-paired dinners on the lawn, every experience is memorable and overflowing with special details. A spa, gym and tennis courts provide a multitude of activities in between game drives. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Singita Sasakwa Hotel Serengeti National Park